Politics

'Polokaust' museum would 'hurt Jewish sensitivity'

Polish minister says so-called 'Polokaust' museum won't be built.

'Polokaust' museum would 'hurt Jewish sensitivity'

Israel

Polish PM defends controversial Holocaust law in Munich

Mateusz Morawiecki stands by previous statements as he rejects criticism of his country's new Holocaust law.

Poland's Morawiecki defends Holocaust law in Munich

Poland

Poland's president to sign controversial Holocaust bill

Legislation aims to punish people for referring to Nazi German death camps located in Poland as Polish.

Poland's president to sign controversial Holocaust bill

Poland

Poland Senate passes controversial Holocaust bill

US, Israel denounce Polish draft law that seeks to criminalise acts blaming Poles for complicity in Nazi war crimes.

Poland Senate passes controversial Holocaust bill

Europe

Poland passes controversial Holocaust bill

Israel says it is "adamantly opposed" to a Polish bill that would make it illegal to suggest Poland was complicit in the Nazi Holocaust.

Europe

Poland: Holocaust happened but Auschwitz is not Polish

Polish parliament outlaws references to Auschwitz and other Nazi-run concentration camps as "Polish death camps".

Poland: Holocaust happened but Auschwitz is not Polish

Women's Rights

Why are Polish women planning mass protests again?

Latest rallies comes after parliament, including some opposition politicians, rejected bill to liberalise abortion.

Why Polish women are rallying for reproductive rights

Hungary

Far-right Yiannopoulos to speak at Hungary-funded event

Far-right provocateur who made his name by attacking feminists and refugees slated to speak at Visegrad group meeting.

Milo Yiannopoulos to speak at Hungary-funded V4 event

Europe

Poland's president accuses EU of 'lying' about judicial reforms

Poland's judicial reforms are causing consternation at the EU, which has invoked EU rules that would strip Poland of its voting rights if the concerns are not addressed.

Poland

EU moves to sanction Poland for 'breach' of rule of law

The European Commission began the process of sanctioning Poland on Wednesday due to concerns of judiciary independence.

EU moves to sanction Poland for 'breach' of rule of law

Poland

'Muslims living in Poland losing the sense of security'

Poland has an ethnically and religiously homogeneous society, but the tiny Muslim group faces hate.

Warsaw Muslim centre attack renews Islamophobia fears

Islamophobia

How big an issue is Islamophobia in Poland?

Analysts say the country has become increasingly hostile to Muslims in the wake of the refugee crisis.

How big an issue is Islamophobia in Poland?

Poland

Poland: Far-right sentiment rises above blood red skies

'F*** off with refugees' was just one of the chants that echoed in Poland as thousands rallied against Islam and EU.

Why 60,000 people joined a nationalist march in Poland

Poland

Thousands of nationalists, fascists march in Warsaw

Annual 'Independence March' sees protesters from Europe rally against Islam and EU to reassert nationalist sentiment.

Europe

Poland sees resurgence of rightwing nationalism

Poland's independence day has increasingly become a focus of rightwing nationalism.